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    Cleaning Griddles

    What is everyone's preferred griddle cleaning technique?

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    Heating it up on max heat and killing it with a brush then some water and more scrubing and than storing it in oil (for a cast iron one)

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    Hit it with baking soda when it's hot and scrub/scrape the hell out of it, used to clean pretty much every cooking surface the same way in my old job
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    hot oil from the fryer, scoured with a pumice stone that's very coarse scrape it clean,light coat of salt, scrub and scrape. Lightly oiled for next day. Cast iron very old griddle. Massive thing it was over five feet in length. That was over twenty years ago.

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